Protesters say turbines will disrupt migratory patterns of swans near Grand Bend

London Free Press
GRAND BEND – With thousands of tundra swans honking in the background, dozens of anti-wind protesters rallied Sunday against plans for giant turbines in the area. “These companies have no concerns for nature. It is just sad,” said Dave Griffiths of Bluewater Against Turbines citizens group. The protesters harvested signatures from more than 50 carloads on a petition calling for a stop to plans to establish the wind farms in the area. The protesters maintain the turbines will disrupt the migratory patterns of the swans and other wildlife. NextEra Energy Canada, which is seeking government approval for the Goshen and Jericho wind farms, has said it will abide by any setbacks required to protect the swans. Read article

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Posted on March 24, 2013, in Environment, Goshen Project, Jericho Project, London Free Press, Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Natural Resources, Next Era, Take Action. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. we yust seen the first tundra swans heading north using hwy 4 staying away from the wind turbines, they are not stupid. william j vanrooy

  2. SOON THERE WILL BE MORE WIND TURBINES THAN TREES IN ONTARIO

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